to Sculpture Artist 1:
So Yeon Park
Aug. 21 - Sept. 17, 2004
So Yeon Park creates cathartic structures of wood, paper flowers, incense
and cotton string for her casket series representing the grieving and
healing process. On opening night the artist will perform a symbolic
Machine Series (detail)
to Sculpture Artist 2:
Oct. 1 - Oct. 29, 2004
Kirk Coffey explores anthropological
and cultural influences and dilemmas.
Elaborate “machines” made of unusual artifacts emphasize
that complexity does not necessarily create a function.
to Sculpture Artist 3:
Nov. 5 - Dec. 3, 2004
Paul Kochanowski uses industrial process and aluminum, bronze, and polyester
resin to create discarded or over-looked objects in lasting form without
altering the original purpose of the object.
Dec. 17 - Jan. 21, 2005
A rare opportunity
to view an exciting display of impressive sculpture culled by
Ed Olszewski from our area’s most significant private collections.
These works, seldom seen by the community, enhance our discussion
Image: The Soundings of a Weightless Line
to Sculpture Artist 4:
Feb. 4 - Mar. 4, 2005
Sean Derry creates experimental interactive inventions, propelled with
human force to provide a consequence. Life-size, precision fabrication
in aluminum, stainless steel, glass, concrete, bronze, and clay.
Show: On a Pedestal
Mar. 18 - Apr. 15, 2005
and sculptors at any point in their career who sculpt, chisel,
cast, weld, or forge in wood, stone, clay,
metals or glass are invited to submit work that sits on a pedestal.
Juried by Robert Thurmer and other arts professionals.
Image: Healing (detail)
to Sculpture Artist 5:
Jun. 10 - Jul. 8, 2005
Jamie Davis analyzes similarities between medical science and religious ritual. Made of copper, sterling silver, thread, fabric, and paper, the pieces are often in repetitious form - creating a ritual or diary.
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Saturday: noon - 4pm
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The Sculpture Center is
located in Cleveland's
University Circle, near
intersection of Euclid Ave.
and E. 123rd Street, next to
View Cemetery. Our
address is 1834 E. 123rd St.
Sculpture Center entrance.
We’re honored to feature a
past exhibitor in our entrance
lobby every other month.
Check out the latest artist.
Tom Evert (alum. 2000,01)